The famous dance sequence featuring the "VIDEOFREEX"
Nancy (Ginger) Caine, Bart (Fred) Friedman
an excerpt from Christmas Video Pudding.

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Fluxus Mass, 2002/2007, 19 min, color
Several of the original Fluxus artists / performers (Emmett Williams, Ben Patterson, Takako Saito, Jeff Hendrix – director) appear in the Fluxus Mass in Wiesbaden, 2002, Germany. Fluxus hilariously recomposes the catholic mass.
The Neil Williams Memorial, 2000/2009, 28 min.; color
The well liked influential painter died 1992 on a return visit to NYC. The New York art scene showed up for his memorial. His ashes were picked up at the crematorium. They were in a paint can. Frank Stella, Julian Schnabel, Larry Bell, Viva, Ultraviolet, Taylor Mead & other notables attended.
A guest did something outrageous.
The New York City Parking Game, 1987/2016, 10 min, color
Garbage pickup requires cars to be moved each night to the alternate side of the street. This tape describes the intricate rules & penalties during a frantic comic search for a valid parking space for the following day.
Penalties are updated to 2016.
A Day at Copacabana Beach, 1988, 12 min. color
Rio folk culture at the Copacabana beach – one of the most famous & beautiful beaches in the world reveals Brazil's passion for soccer (football) & womens’ behinds.

glass bricks

Ira Schneider was born in New York and now lives in Berlin Germany.
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Peter Wick

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Natalia E. Woytasik

You can see a 58min
documentary about
Ira Schneider
by Uli Happe on

We recommend the book
"There was a Fire"
by Ben Sidran

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